Batchelder Ruff™

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What is the Batchelder Ruff™ font?

Batchelder Ruff is a “battered” version of the typeface used for titling in the catalogs and advertising of the Batchelder Tile Company in Pasadena, California in the 1920s. The original source characters were smoother, but they were also handlettered, so that every character was different. This digitized version contains uniform characters, but its “rough” quality preserves the hand-drawn look. It is designed primarily as a headline font, and thus is best used in All-Caps in larger sizes.

Batchelder Ruff™ Font families

The Batchelder Ruff™ includes the following font families:

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Batchelder Ruff™ Preview

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Is Batchelder Ruff™ Free to Download?

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